Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)

Liquefied Natural Gas or LNG, is natural gas that has been cooled to -260°F (-162°C) changing it from a gas into a liquid form with significant reduction (1/600th) in volume enabling safe and efficient shipments about LNG vessels. The liquefaction process involves the removal of certain components such as helium, water, acid gases, and dust. The gas is then cooled to -160°, when it becomes a liquid which can then be shipped safely and efficiently.

Edgen Murray is involved from the planning stage through the execution stage to assist with understanding material availability, pricing, and lead times. We coordinate specialized fabrication for gas liquefaction, storage, and transportation.

Edgen Murray has the ability to supply process piping that supports the following industries involving gases, chemicals, and liquids:

  • Chemical processing
  • Oil and gas refining
  • Waste water treatment plants
  • Drinking water systems
  • Liquefaction

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